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Can you Freeze Brie Cheese??

Last post Jul 08, 2005 7:48 AM by becka3 . 5 replies.


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  • Can you Freeze Brie Cheese??
    I got a deal last night wedges of Brie - 99 cents-
    i bought all 4 that they had- 2 herb flavored 2 pepper seasoned-
    they were normally 3.99
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    I would think so!
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  • RE: Can you Freeze Brie Cheese??
    I did a web search. The first site said -
    Soft-ripened cheeses, such as Brie and Camembert, should not be frozen "unless absolutely necessary," whatever that means.

    http://www.ochef.com/86.htm

    The second site said that it could be.
    Freeze it. Although it's best when served fresh, cheese may be frozen. Freeze in 1 pound pieces or less. Double wrap with plastic or freezer wrap. Freeze quickly and thaw slowly. Frozen cheese is best used in cooking as the freezing process does dry the cheese out slightly and it becomes more crumbly in texture. Creamier, higher fat cheeses such as Brie and Camembert freeze better and have a better texture than Cheddar.

    http://www.kraftcanada.com/controller?cmd=ARTICLE_VIEW&lang=EN&sid=41003&aid=21999&ctx=5000


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  • RE: Can you Freeze Brie Cheese??
    ahhh coffee- thanks - i am freezing it- i will double wrap it with wrapp-

    i am gonna cook with it anyway- the only way i cook it is with Citties Bloomin Brie bowl:)lol
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